Fast Facts

Undergraduate Students: 2,892

Full-Time Faculty Size: 291

Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 10:1

First Year Retention Rate: 96%

Graduation Rate: 79% (6-year graduation rate for the 2007 entering cohort)

Undergraduate Majors: 34

Master’s Degree Programs: More than 40

Doctoral Programs: 22

Degrees Offered: B.E., B.S., B.A., Engineer, M.S., M.A., M.B.A., M.E., Ph.D.

Special Programs:

  • Cooperative Education
  • Internships
  • Pinnacle Scholars Program
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summer Research Program
  • 4+1 Bachelor’s/Master’s
  • 3-4 Accelerated Medicine
  • 3-3 Accelerated Law

Class of 2014 Outcomes

Average Starting Salary: $64,150

Placement rate: 94% within six months of graduation (based on an 88% response rate)

Multiple Job Offers Before Graduation: 49% 

Companies Recruiting on Campus: 300+

Graduate and Professional Schools: 15%

Admission Stats (Undergraduate Fall 2014)

Applicants: 5,190 (first time, full-time freshmen)

Acceptance Rate: 44% (first time, full-time freshmen)

New Students Enrolling: 734

SAT Range (25th to 75th percentile): 1260-1410

Average GPA: 3.8


Division III Varsity Athletic Teams: 26

Academic All-Americans: 42

NCAA Post-season Appearances: 58

NACDA’s Learfield Sports Director’s Cup Ranking:

No. 40 (2012-13), No. 13 (2011-12), No. 38 (2010-11), No. 38 (2009-10)



Ranked 9th in the nation Return on Investment for Students by, 2013.

Ranked #13 for Career Development by The Princeton Review, 2012.

Ranked 12th in the nation for alumni with the highest mid-career salaries by, 2012.

Ranked #3 among U.S. research universities for the research ROI by

Chosen by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Excellence in Port Security Research.

Named a National Center of Excellence in Systems Engineering Research by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Designated by the National Security Agency as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research and Education.

Ranked among the top 20 schools in the nation for women and minorities pursuing degrees in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields by in 2010.

Six Stevens professors have won prestigious National Foundation Career Award in the past six years.